# How To Calculate Total Cost Per Unit?

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amber Jhon answered
Total cost is the sum of variable and fixed cost. Total cost can be calculated as follows:

Total cost = Direct material cost + direct labor cost + overhead cost + other costs

When the total cost is calculated then after that when it is divided by total number of units produced then it is known as total cost per unit.
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Anonymous answered
Purchase unit 2kg purchase unit price \$28 qty 200 whats the total cost
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Aarti Gupta answered
Total cost= VC+FC
TC=180,000+300,000
TC=480,000

Total 30,000 units are to be produced then Total cost per unit will be
=480,000/30,000
=16

Total cost per unit will be 16.
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Anonymous commented
VC & FC what is full form
Anonymous commented
Vc= variable cost
fc=fixed cost
Anonymous answered
18
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Anonymous answered
Up and dry
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Anonymous answered
12.50
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36 gal in 12 min
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Anonymous answered
Find the number of units that will give break even product.
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Anonymous answered
The fixed costs per unit are \$10 when a company makes 10,000 units. What are the per unit fixed costs when 12,500 units are produced?
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Anonymous answered
Um sorry not so sure about this one hahaha : ) I tried my best but I couldnt do it, as it is waaaay to hard. GOSH I need to start learning maths more often : )
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